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dvdcoverGCSE Computing Video Tutorials

for OCR – ISBN 978-0-9573644-0-0

£199+VAT £99 + VAT (Site Licence) – for final June 2017 assessment – While stocks last
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We are now coming to the end of the original OCR Computing GCSE. Summer 2017 will see the final cohort of year 11s go through. Whether you have inherited a class on the old specification or you just want to give your students a significant boost to their results this year, these videos are a perfect addition. Use them to teach theory whilst you use lessons for controlled assessment or give them to students over the Easter for a full revision course. The choice is yours.

Perfect for:

  • Boosting results for remaining year 11s on the 2012 specification
  • Teaching theory if you haven’t the time due to controlled assessment
  • Easter revision

This DVD-ROM contains:

  • 90 Videos in MP4 format
  • Total length – 11 hours
  • Covers every topic on the OCR Computing GCSE 2012 syllabus
  • Licence to share with students on the network and at home
  • All in separate files – so easy to share with students on a VLE or portable devices

  • Perfect for revision
  • A tutorial for teachers new to the subject
  • Great for use in cover lessons
  • Controlled assement taking up all your theory time – relax and let your students learn topics at home
  • More adventurous teachers can use as resources in a “flipped classroom”
  • Independent and personalised learning – students can pause and replay video to learn at their own pace



Take a look at a couple of example videos below. The DVD contains all videos as separate files for your students to use on your network in lessons or at home.



Videos are around 5-10 minutes each with a total of 11 hours of video.

  1. What is a computer?
  2. The importance of computers
  3. When computers go wrong
  4. Reliability
  5. Professional standards
  6. Computers and the law
  7. Computers and ethics
  8. Computers and the environment
  9. The CPU
  10. Fetch-Execute cycle
  11. Why do computers use binary?
  12. Logic gates
  13. Logic diagrams
  14. ROM
  15. RAM
  16. RAM and ROM differences
  17. Virtual memory
  18. Cache
  19. Flash memory
  20. Input devices
  21. Output devices
  22. Input and output devices for specific needs
  23. Secondary storage technologies
  24. Storage devices and storage media
  25. Operating systems – overview
  26. Utility programs – security
  27. Utility programs – disk organisation
  28. Utility programs – system maintenance
  29. Software development models
  30. Computing units
  31. Why computers use binary
  32. The binary counting system
  33. Binary and denary conversions
  34. Binary addition
  35. Converting between hexadecimal and denary
  36. Converting between hexadecimal and binary
  37. Character sets
  38. Images and pixels
  39. Image size
  40. Digitising sound
  41. Coding instructions
  42. Coding instructions – example
  43. The database concept
  44. DBMS
  45. Entities, tables and relationships
  46. Tables and keys
  47. Validation
  48. Forms
  49. Queries
  50. Reports
  51. Modules
  52. Advantages of using networks
  53. LANs and WANs
  54. LAN equipment
  55. Client-server and peer-to-peer networks
  56. Network topologies
  57. Network communication
  58. Protocols
  59. Network security
  60. Preventing the worst: Policies and procedures
  61. The Internet
  62. Internet hardware
  63. DNS servers
  64. The World Wide Web
  65. Why use HTML?
  66. Compression
  67. Internet file formats
  68. Flow charts
  69. Pseudocode
  70. Algorithms
  71. High level code, machine code and translators
  72. Assemblers, compilers and interpreters
  73. Introduction to JavaScript
  74. Sequences
  75. Variables
  76. Constants
  77. Data types
  78. Numeric operations
  79. IF statements
  80. SWITCH-CASE statements
  81. Boolean operators
  82. WHILE loops
  83. DO-WHILE loops
  84. FOR loops
  85. Arrays
  86. More data types
  87. Syntax errors
  88. Logical errors
  89. Choosing test data
  90. IDEs



James Franklin has a degree in Computing from Imperial College, London, a PGCE in ICT Education from Brighton University and an MA in Computing in Education from King’s College London. He has taught Computing A-level and GCSE for over 8 years in Chichester High School for Boys, LVS Ascot and Royal Russell School. James is passionate about helping teachers to teach Computer Science. Outside of this he enjoys photography and travel.

He tweets about Computer Science: @jfranklinedu

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GCSE Computing Video Tutorials

Price: £199+VAT £139.30 + VAT


  • 90 Videos in MP4 format
  • 1 DVD with case
  • Site license


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Suitable for June 2017 assessment only. This product is only available whilst stocks last, so hurry to ensure a perfect revision resource for your 2017 year 11s.

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